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BBC Radio 4 sitcom set in the war. 13 episodes (pilot + 3 series), 2015 – 2018.
A rollicking wartime comedy set in the personnel department of the Cabinet War Rooms, starring Fenella Woolgar as Dot.
Dot’s had quite enough of making tea in the Cabinet War Rooms. When she finds a cryptic message in the newspaper she enlists the help of her gals – will this be the big break Dot’s been waiting for?
Follow Dot as she gets squiffy over Agent Bertie Whiff-Whaff, concocts stirring yet pithy slogans for the war effort, and goes on a mission to St Horribly Vulture’s School for Boys to enlist a teacher for… “shhhh… Bletchley Park!”
Dot will do her bally utmost for King and Country in these spiffing tales of derring-do (and, occasionally, derring-don’t), whether investigating suspicious deaths, outwitting dastardly spies, or helping the Prime Minister with his French vocab.
2020 Special – May, 1941. The future of the war hangs in the balance, and Dot has been selected for a most perilous mission. Ed Harris’ witty wartime comedy sees Dot casting off the shackles of her desk job in the personnel department in Whitehall’s War Rooms and entering the field of conflict. Disguise, deception and dastardly doings await.
- S01E00 – Dot
- S01E01 – The Astonishing Adventures of Agent Whiff-Whaf
- S01E02 – The Extraordinary Example of the Ha’penny Exchange
- S01E03 – The Mystery at St Horribly-Vulture’s School for Boys
- S01E04 – Eenie Meenie Miney… Spy!
- S02E01 – Teeth
- S02E02 – Psychology
- S02E03 – Meat
- S02E04 – Trees
- S03E01 – Saucepans for Spitfires!
- S03E02 – Dial M for Myrtle
- S03E03 – Dig for Victory!
- S03E04 – London Can Take It
- S03ESP – Dot and the Russian Dossier